Phát âm chuẩn cùng VOA – Anh ngữ đặc biệt: Africa Education (VOA-Edu)

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African educators and civil society group representatives met recently to discuss the United Nations Millennium Development Goals on Education. They said a UN report on the subject shows progress. But they also said some countries cannot meet the goals by the targeted date next year. The attendees said the countries cannot increase education and guarantee equal treatment for boys and girls in schools by 2015. They noted that this is especially true in nations south of the Sahara Desert. Experts from 43 African countries gathered in Yaounde, the capital of Cameroon. Jean Pierre Edzoa of Cameroon’s Ministry of Social Affairs was among them. He says the government is doing everything possible to warn parents that they will harm their children if they do not send them to school. The World Wildlife Fund for Nature is best known for environmental work. But the group is also helping efforts to increase school attendance. Hanson Njiforti is director of the WWF office in Cameroon. He said the office is now doing more on education because so many children do not go to school. Beatrice Njenga heads the Education Division at the African Union Commission. She says educators are preparing a 50-year education program for Africa. She says the educators need financial assistance and central planning. The education experts also noted some good news. They said rates of poverty have been falling, and more children are attending school. They said that is especially true in the more than 30 countries where schools for the very young are opening.

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